Rupture tells the story of Seeko Dris, a high school student who is taken to another world where spell and blade rule and only the strongest survive. As the predestined Hero of Endetia, Seeko must liberate the world from the sinister demon summoning Halcyon Empire. His journey takes him across Endetia, where he and his friends must adapt to stop the ever-increasing threat. More
The date: December 21, 2012. The world is supposed to end, according to other, older calendars. High school senior Seeko Dris’s gaze wanders outside when the world shatters all around him. Black portals appear out of nowhere, bringing monsters that kill and consume and destroy. Seeko locks eyes with a man who created one of those dark portals and is assaulted by a memory long ago locked away. Looking for answers, Seeko plunges into the nearest black mass, knowing that it most assuredly means death.
Seeko finds himself in another world, where spell and blade rule and only the strongest survive. He discovers that he is the Hero of Endetia, a hero destined to liberate the world from the sinister demon summoning Halcyon Empire. His journey takes him across Endetia, where he and his friends must adapt to stop the ever-increasing threat.
But what price will the world toll on him? What will it take from him as he rises to be the hero they so rightfully deserve?
“…He is the one that will bridge the gap between demon and man, to truly understand them... And he will separate us and them because of the truth. He will become one with them. This world will take everything from him…”
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The Order of Chaos series is a young adult fantasy series by Milo Eric Woods. There are a planned eight books in the series. The series chronologically follows a humanoid demon named Yoshino, who hops between four worlds in his quest to spread chaos across the universe.
The books themselves take place from the eyes of those most affected by the devious Yoshino.
The series reads like an epic fantasy, with elements of sci-fi, reminiscent of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series, but without all those fluffy descriptions. There’s time travel. A lot of it. Mainly by the antagonist.
The books are inspired by the Pendragon series, which I loved when I was younger, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Join me on this quest to stop Yoshino from destroying everything we care about.